For me, one of the strangest parts of traveling for business is how much it has changed me as a mother. Gone are the days where I am accessible all day every day, and it’s meant I’ve had to give up on the idea that I can somehow control the outcome of things happening severalContinue reading “Why one Group of Travelers Hope I Don’t Win Mother of the Year”
I spent this morning’s flight fleshing out the chapter Negotiating Agreements from my upcoming book, All I Ever Wanted To Be Is A Stay-At-Home Mom, a look at why I believe mothers are uniquely prepared to become entrepreneurs. The following excerpt follows a story of negotiating an agreement with my then toddler daughter and reapingContinue reading “Make Sure The Payoff Is Worth The Price”
Yesterday afternoon, I had the privilege of spending a little bit of time with my dad who is in the advanced stages of Alzheimers. I’ve written quite a few posts about our family’s journey through this terrible disease, and the support and care from family, friends and even strangers has been a comfort not onlyContinue reading “About The Video Of My Father And Our Dog”
I am working on a new book that will share insights not only into my own journey but why I think women, and mothers in particular, are very well equipped to launch and run startups, even if they have spent years out of the professional workforce to raise their children. I’m currently working on a chapterContinue reading “The Get-Along Rug”
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